Lance Jaundoo has very kindly donated a selection of 1995 Clarets from his personal collection to accompany a wine tasting dinner at The Cavalry and Guards Club. We are very grateful to Julian Ellis for arranging once again for us to use this prestigious venue.
Located at 127 Piccadilly, The Cavalry and Guards Club represents history, tradition, timeless elegance and quiet efficiency plus that all-important personal touch. We shall be dinning in the Chetwode Rooms on the 2nd Floor. The room has views over Green Park and is named for the longest serving Chairman of the Club, Field Marshal The Lord Chetwode.
The chef will be oreparting a special menu to accompany these wines, and this will be as follows.
- Champagne Reception
Magnum of Moutard Rose Champagne
- Ham Hock & Smoked Long Acre Cheddar with a Tomato & Red Pepper Chutney
1988 Château Pichon-Longueville Baron
1988 Château Ducru-Beaucaillou, Saint Julien
1988 Château Lynch-Bages, Pauilliac
- Filet of Beef Wellington with Madeira Sauce, Dauphinoise Potatoes and Glazed Carrots
1988 Domaine de Chevalier, Pessac-Leognan
1988 Château Pape Clément, Pessac-Leognan
1988 Château Cheval Blanc, Saint-Emilion
- Vanilla Panacotta with a Passion Fruit and Orange Sauce
D’Oliveras Golden Malmsey 1930’s Madeira
- Cheese Board
Jeffrey Benson will be talking about the wines.
Unfortunately, we have very few places available for this event. Please note that The Cavalry and Guards Club has a strict dress code policy, with Gentlemen required to wear tailored jackets and a tie. Absolutely no denim or ‘sports’ shoes are allowed. Guests are also requested to refrain from using mobile phones whilst on the premises.